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Visit Lincoln establishes new Community Interest Company

Visit Lincoln has launched as an independent Community Interest Company, establishing its own board of directors to shape the future of the city and...

Lack of people insight hamstringing CEOs

77% of CEOs require better insight into their workforce according to research by HR and payroll specialist, NGA Human Resources (NGA HR). However, HR departments...

Pick up a paddle to build team morale at the Dragon...

There is still time to get your coworkers together for some quality team and moral building at the annual Nottingham Riverside Festival Dragon Boat Challenge. Your...

Streets Chartered Accountants secure hole in one for Air Ambulance with...

Lincoln based Streets Chartered Accountants, a top 40 accountancy practice, hosted their seventh annual Charity Golf Day last week raising £5,813 for the Air...

Crowd fund initiative means work can start on bank building repairs

A campaign to raise money for essential repairs to a historic Leicester bank building has reached its target thanks to the city council’s crowd...

East Midlands space industry to receive significant boost

The space industry in the East Midlands will receive a significant boost thanks to a major new research collaboration between the county of Leicestershire...

East Midlands businesses unprepared for Brexit

Research by Grant Thornton in the East Midlands has found that almost a third of the region’s medium sized businesses continue to be concerned...

Fuel duty freeze fundamental to small business success

Responding to the announcement that the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) remains at 2.4%, above the Government’s 2% target, and a rise in the price...

247 Time to help NHS eradicate high cost shifts

247 Time, the Leicester-based HR solutions software provider, is set to step in with an innovative solution that could save the NHS millions of...

Employment figures indicate less robust regional performance

The number of people in work in the East Midlands between March and May 2018 was higher than for the same period last year...

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Government urged to bring in minimum pricing on alcohol

Leicester's major public sector organisations are calling on the Government to introduce a minimum unit price for alcohol in England. Deputy city mayor Cllr Adam...

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